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Anderson Road
East Yorkshire
DN14 6XF



Goole Fire Station, established in 1969, is situated on the outskirts of the town. It is crewed by a combination of fulltime and on-call firefighters who serve the port town. The station area has a large port and a significant amount of industry as well as housing. The M62 motorway passes through the station area.


  • 28 fulltime
  • 15 on-call

Fire engines:

2 x fire engines

Neighbouring fire stations: Snaith, Howden & Brough



Goole Fire Station - East Riding of Yorkshire

Incident Activity During 2012/13

Incident Type Total % of Total
False Alarms 111 39.6%
Road Traffic Collisions and other non-fire emergencies 84 30.0%
Property Fires 54 19.3%
Small Fires 27 9.6%
Chimney Fires 4 1.4%
Grand Total 280 100%
Road Traffic Collisions and other non-fire emergencies attended by type Total % of Total
Road traffic collision 32 38.1%
Spills, leaks and flooding 12 14.3%
Making safe (not RTC) 11 13.1%
No action and advice only 7 8.3%
Animal assistance incidents 5 6.0%
Other transport incidents 3 3.6%
Rescue or evacuation from water 3 3.6%
Effecting entry/exit 2 2.4%
Medical incident 2 2.4%
Suicide/attempts 2 2.4%
Other rescue/release of persons 2 2.4%
Evacuation (no fire) 1 1.2%
Hazardous materials incident 1 1.2%
Assist other agencies 1 1.2%
Grand Total 84 100%
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